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[BKARTS] Bookmaking With Kids Blog

To see an abundance of new posts on the Bookmaking with Kids blog, please visit http://www.bookmakingwithkids.com

The blog works something like a scrapbook, something like a notebook, something like a calendar and something like conversation. It's all about the pleasures of bookmaking with kids--and the huge advantages it confers on beginning readers, emerging writers and nascent artists. Equally important, it's about the practicalities of bookmaking in the classroom (or at home). So it abounds with tips, photos, templates, curriculum tie-ins, resources, instruction sheets, news items and the like.

Recent posts include projects to try (replica hornbooks, books with chalkboard covers), exhibitions to visit (a Robert Sabuda show), events to attend (a Family Bookmaking Day), dates to remember (the Arts Education Resource Fair). I'm hoping Listserv members will particularly enjoy the recent "Consider the Colophon" post.

If you're a teacher, a librarian, a parent, a principal, a reading specialist, an arts educator--this blog is for you. To receive the Bookmaking with Kids e-newsletter, you can subscribe to my email list by clicking here: http://visitor.constantcontact.com/email.jsp?m=1102140918894

Welcome, enjoy and best wishes for the school year ahead.

Cathy Miranker
Bookmaking With Kids
(415) 738-2132
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Email: cathy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Blog: www.bookmakingwithkids.com

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